Creating positions and employee pay
Request to establish, modify and close positions are handled by Budget Services using the Request for Personnel Action (RPA) form. The RPA is initially submitted to Budget Services by your Fiscal Specialist on your behalf.
Your Fiscal Specialist serves as your liaison between Budget Services and CESB. Once the RPA has been approved by Budget Services, it should be submitted to your Assignment Technician to start the hiring process or related personnel transaction. The RPA submission is confirmation that the position has been established and/or is funded according to your staffing needs.
An employee at my location did not get paid. What are the possible reasons?
Due to the complexity of our assignment/payroll system, delays or errors sometimes do occur. There are many reasons why a person does not get paid. Some of the more common ones are:
- An employee’s assignment begins at the end of a pay period or after payroll cut- off.
- The school or office begins working an employee but did not submit or forward the necessary paperwork and an official employment offer from Classified Employment Services has not occurred.
The best way to research a non-payment is to have the time reporter double-check time reporting by contacting the supporting Payroll Specialist. If it is identified that the assignment attributes are contributing to the non- payment, contact the Assignment Technician who supports your school. Usually the problem can easily be identified and corrected and the employee can be paid as soon as possible.
We understand the importance of timely payment of employees and make every effort to correct problems in an expeditious manner.
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